Random Amazon Review We Like
Spencer Quinn’s second Chet and Bernie is a delightfully well crafted story. He has done his homework about a wide range of topics from elite dog shows to desert environs to off-the-grid aging hippies lending authenticity and believability to his novel. Chet’s confusion at idiom of speech used by his partner are amusing without slapstick. Frustration in Chet’s inability to tell all he knows rings true. The relationship between Chet and Princess, the pampered show dog, is sweet without being Lady and the Tramp sappy. I usually abhor anthropomorphic animal characters but not so Chet. Quinn does a credible job of capturing the canine mind without stepping over the line. I hope Quinn keeps it up because I am captivated by Chet and Bernie.
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